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Jun
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comment What is the significance of の in 「鳥の詩」?
@Madcowe @Lukman "Watashi" means "I", but "watashi no" means "my", be careful. "Ore wa" means "I" as well, but it's more rude (especially in certain contexts and very masculine-sounding).
Jun
3
comment What to say after someone dies
Can you please organize your answer better so that non-experts can understand what you wrote? Schematise it...
Jun
3
comment Is there a general counter word for objects that you can fallback on if you're not sure which one to use?
@Boaz Yaniv: I know the simplified version of that, which is . :D
Jun
3
comment Does -ou / -you / -mashou conjugation have a negative form?
Nice question! +1
Jun
3
comment Can somebody explain the various words and combinations thereof used for thanking?
Well, he asked only about those combinations... :D
Jun
2
answered Can somebody explain the various words and combinations thereof used for thanking?
Jun
2
answered Is the use of 先生 and similar titles context sensitive?
Jun
2
revised Usage of すみません (sumimasen) versus ごめんなさい (gomen'nasai)
edited body
Jun
2
comment Usage of すみません (sumimasen) versus ごめんなさい (gomen'nasai)
@syockit: Oh my... Thanks for telling me! XD By the way, you could edit it... :)
Jun
2
comment How to choose between “よん” (yon) vs “し” (shi) for “四” (4) and “しち” (shichi) vs “なな” (nana) for “七” (7)?
Well, I've learned to use the other way, considering the material. But since you raised the "doubt", tomorrow (it's late here) I'll search further info on this matter.
Jun
2
comment Usage of すみません (sumimasen) versus ごめんなさい (gomen'nasai)
Thanks @syockit :) What did you say in the last sentence? I'm not that fluent in Japanese yet :D I can read it but I can't understand the meaning :D
Jun
2
comment How to choose between “よん” (yon) vs “し” (shi) for “四” (4) and “しち” (shichi) vs “なな” (nana) for “七” (7)?
Sure, how? If I may ask...
Jun
1
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Jun
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comment How to choose between “よん” (yon) vs “し” (shi) for “四” (4) and “しち” (shichi) vs “なな” (nana) for “七” (7)?
I disagree on the part regarding the counting: yon and nana are actually the common readings used, although it's an exception to the rule of "use on reading when the Kanji is alone"...
Jun
1
answered How to choose between “よん” (yon) vs “し” (shi) for “四” (4) and “しち” (shichi) vs “なな” (nana) for “七” (7)?
Jun
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Jun
1
comment What is the difference between these four forms of “to do”?
+1 nice question :D
Jun
1
answered Usage of すみません (sumimasen) versus ごめんなさい (gomen'nasai)
Jun
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Jun
1
revised When to use ください (kudasai) or お願いします (onegaishimasu) in requests?
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